Eastman Kodak Co. has a new chief financial officer.
The company on Wednesday said it had appointed David Bullwinkle as its CFO. The move comes after CFO John McMullen notified Kodak this week he was leaving, effective June 30, for a new post. Printer-maker 3D Systems Corp. announced on Wednesday McMullen will join the company as executive vice president and CFO, effective July 1.
Bullwinkle, 42, will be responsible for leading Kodak’s worldwide finance, corporate development, internal audit and purchasing teams. He joined Kodak in 2004 and has worked in several financial management roles. He had served as director of corporate financial planning and analysis, director of investor relations and vice president of finance since 2010. Prior to joining Kodak, Bullwinkle worked at Birds Eye Foods Inc.
McMullen joined Kodak in 2014. Before that, he had worked 32 years at Hewlett-Packard Co. and its acquired companies.
“It is a tremendous opportunity to be part of 3D Systems at such a pivotal time for the company and the 3D printing industry,” McMullen said.
The publicly traded 3D Systems is based in Rock Hill, S.C.
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